Medial patellar luxation Surgery Procedure for Cats & Dogs
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- Medial patellar luxation is one of the most common orthopaedic conditions affecting dogs.
- This course will give you the knowledge and skills to confidently manage and treat this condition regardless of your skill level.
- Note that this price is in US$.
MODULE 1: PATHOGENESIS AND ANATOMY procedures
Quadriceps Mechanism 3D
Stifle Anatomy 3D
MODULE 2: MAKING A DIAGNOSIS AND DECISION MAKING procedure
Making a Diagnosis
MODULE 3: SURGICAL PLANNING procedure
MODULE 4: PROCEDURE GUIDES
Lateral Approach to the Stifle and Exploration
Stifle Exploration- Narrated Video
Tibial Crest Transposition
Soft Tissue Repairs
Tibial Crest Transposition and Lateral Fascial Imbrication- Narrated Video
Wedge Trochleoplasty- Narrated Video
MODULE 5: POST OPERATIVE ASSESSMENT AND PERIOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT procedures
Post Operative Assessment
MODULE 6: COMPLICATIONS
Dr. James Simcock BVSc (hons)
James is a specialist surgeon and director of Southpaws Specialty Surgery for Animals in Melbourne, Australia. He has been working at Southpaws since it was established in 2009 and became a partner in the business in 2011. After completing 2 internships and an American College of Veterinary Surgeons Residency program while working at Southpaws James became a diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons in 2013 and a diplomate of the European College of Veterinary surgeons in 2015.
James is passionate about continuing education for veterinarians, he is an invited speaker and instructor for numerous surgical training courses throughout Australia and internationally. He has published research in the areas of surgical oncology, gastrointestinal, urogenital and orthopaedic surgery.
James is an internship advisor and European College of Veterinary Surgeons Residency program director. He has been a Fellowship examiner for the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists Surgery Chapter.
James performs surgery in all fields but is particularly interested in surgical oncology, orthopaedics and neurology. He was one of the first surgeons in Australia to perform joint resurfacing procedures in the elbow and other joints with synthetic implants.